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You searched for: Place: Gwinear, Date from: 1500-01-01, Date to: 1599-12-31

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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Exeter College EXETER COLLEFE

    be regarded as the date of foundation: on this day Walter Stapeldon, Bishop of Exeter , gave the rectory of Gwinear in Cornwall to the Dean and Chapter of Exeter for the support of twelve scholars at Stapeldon Hall. But

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ktreet. SoLses TOrN . M 'eIF. Sudlow and Co., 8, MancheoterBuiledinge, Wetminstor, ENoIxNEnr AT THE WORsU. Samuel Groso, Esq, C.E., Gwinear, Cornwall Avniaron. William Hlaidleg, Esq, jMessrs. 9arding and B"s), 1, Basiughall Street, SECREoTAR'Y ipiro flt?.) otomaine Delatorro, Esq. William Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Marketable at aL much higher price-such as Crow linj ile Hiltlilreland) £150, EaetBaseettL35 Grambier and St.Aubhisilo, pc sO Wheel Carpenter, Gwinear II, East Seaters and Mend 41, Gus- d.tavuis 3, Kitlbrickens 31, North Yale of Towoy j(, Solant Con- her Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Parbola, Tin Mining Company Lmiited'is announced, the obh ect being to acquire a property situate in the parish of Gwinear, Cornwvall, covering an area of 90 acres. ' The vendors are 3toxreceive 5,000 shares acid £8,500 cash, and applications Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    n -e us e There valsable mines t50l fathoms in length hy 400 lrned) are fsituate is the i'aitih of Gwinear, on die properly of the flake of ~Leeds and Sir R. t. Vivyan, Bart., within two idler and ai Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Royal Engineer's Office, Lotadon District, July 28, 1853. Y TYVYAN CONSO0L5 TIN and COPPER V MINES, in the Paelsh of GWINEAR, County of'CORN WALL. On the Coot-book Principle. Capital £Z8,3 00, in shares of lila. each, Deposit., Is. 6d. par Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BROWNE, Francis, ?of Bodmin, Cornw.

    Member is uncertain, but he was probably one of the Brownes of Bodmin and Gwinear, Cornwall, and a relative of Thomas Browne†, feodary of Cornwall in 1562, whose son Brutus represented Bodmin in the Parliament of 1586. Little is known

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